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[texts]Plantation diary of the late Mr. Valcour Aime, formerly proprietor of the plantation known as the St. James sugar refinery, situated in the parish of St. James, and now owned by Mr. John Burnside - Aime, Valcour, 1798-1867

Keywords: Sugar growing; Sugarcane
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[texts]A soldier's story of the war; including the marches and battles of the Washington artillery, and of other Louisiana troops .. - Bartlett, Napier, 1836-1877
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Keywords: Louisiana Militia, 1860-1862; Louisiana Artillery. Washington Artillery, 1840-
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[texts]A soldier's story of the war; including the marches and battles of the Washington artillery, and of other Louisiana troops .. - Bartlett, Napier, 1836-1877
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Keywords: Louisiana. Militia, 1860-1862; Louisiana Artillery. Washington Artillery, 1840-
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[texts]Report of the Orleans central relief committee to all those who have so generously contributed to the yellow fever sufferers of New Orleans, from the great epidemic of 1878 - New Orleans central relief committee

Keywords: Yellow fever
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[texts]An appeal in behalf of Louisiana - Hunt, Randell, 1806-1892

Keywords: Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
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[texts]Argument, with statement of facts sworn to, and citations from the constitution and laws of Louisiana, to show that the temporary and permanent organization of the House of representatives of the state of Louisiana, on the 4th of January, 1875, under which organization L.A. Wiltz, representing the democratic conservative party, was lawfully elected temporary and permanent speaker, were in strict accordance with law and precedent - [Kennard, John H.] [from old catalog]

Keywords: Wiltz, Louis Alfred, 1843-1881. [from old catalog]
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